Though the event that prompted McAdams v. Marquette occurred in 2014, the Wisconsin Supreme Court case it led to last week has the making of a typical story in 2018: ideological charge, selective interpretation of the facts, and peculiar characters. The case pits Dr. John McAdams, a former associate professor of political science, against Marquette University. READ MORE
Izzy Boudnik | 04/19/2018 10:00am
How many times have you overheard a conversation that went like this: Student 1: I wrote five pages of my paper last night; I didn’t get home from the library until after midnight. Student 2, smugly ...
Students Against Human Rights Abuses | 04/17/2018 10:00am
For communities of color, Last April, students of color unanimously passed a resolution in their shared governance body to demand a divestment from companies engaged in human rights abuses through PRIVATE ...
Editorial Board | 04/12/2018 12:00pm
Farms are a central and integral piece of Wisconsin culture. Families have owned and operated their farms for generations, passing down stories, tradition and trade.